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Persecution and killing of Christians is on the rise across the world, US politicians largely remain silent

by Madison Ruppert, End The Lie:

The persecution and killing of Christians, especially in the Middle East and Africa, has been on the rise as of late and there is a deafening silence in Washington, D.C.

On Sunday, at least 85 Christians were killed outside of a church in Pakistan and earlier this month the historic Christian town of Maaloula in Syria fell to Islamist rebels, leaving many Christians in the crossfire.

The Christian community in Egypt is also under attack with violence constantly on the rise, as I reported last month.

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3 comments to Persecution and killing of Christians is on the rise across the world, US politicians largely remain silent

  • reflector

    oh, boo hoo hoo!
    cry me a river!

    christians are the absolute least-persecuted people in this world, and are much more likely to be doing the killing, than being killed.

    • Travis

      Your view of the world is myopic and ridiculus

      • Upstart


        Sadly reflector is correct – you only have to open your own eyes and do some basic research.

        Start with those two great bastions of Christianity – The British (especially during the height of thier empire) and the US (especially since the start of thier ‘war of terror’ on every Muslim and Pagan nation in Asia, the Middle East, and North Africa).

        Skipping the well documented treatment of Jews and Pagans in Europe by Christians over the centuries, remind me again which so called Christian nations committed genocide in both North and South America in order to wipe out all who lived there -for thousands of years before thier land was ‘discovered’. I am amazed that in this day and age people still belive that America was ‘discovered’ as opposed to conquered.

        That should be enough to settle things, but you can always go back through history for further examples. The Christian Crusades are quite interesting too, unless you think the Jewish, Islamic, and Pagan indiginous peoples of the Holy Lands are ‘savages’ and only ‘civilised christians’ have the right to that land?

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